We’re not claiming that a bloke will ever be able to shop without a list but there’s a good combination of vitamin elements that will help him remember to write one.

what's in the thrive vitamin pack?

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£17.99 per month
  • Monday
    Ginkgo Biloba | Lecithin | Omega 3 Fish Oil |
  • Tuesday
    Ginkgo Biloba | L-Carnitine | Omega 3 Fish Oil |
  • Wednesday
    Ginkgo Biloba | Lecithin | Omega 3 Fish Oil |
  • Thursday
    Ginkgo Biloba | L-Carnitine | Omega 3 Fish Oil |
  • Friday
    Ginkgo Biloba | Lecithin | Omega 3 Fish Oil |
  • Saturday
    Ginkgo Biloba | L-Carnitine | Omega 3 Fish Oil |
  • Sunday
    Ginkgo Biloba | Lecithin | Omega 3 Fish Oil |

more about the supplements & vitamins in this pack:

Below you can read more about the individual supplements within this pack and find out more about why we've put them together.

  • Ginkgo Biloba
    An ancient chinese herbal remedy from the dried leaves of the Ginkgo Biloba tree. Traditionally used for circulatory disorders and cognitive function, laboratory studies have shown active ingredients that may dilate blood vessels, modify neurotransmitter release in the brain and reduce free radicals, which cause cell damage. Preliminary evidence is interesting but more research is needed.
  • L-Carnitine
    L-Carnitine helps to promote the production of the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine within the body, needed for normal cognitive function; it may help to maintain the levels of memory enhancing chemicals within the brain.
  • Lecithin
    Although not classed as 'essential' from your food intake, Lecithin is a useful dietary source of Choline, which is used in the production of neurotransmitters, cell membranes and blood plasma. Because of its link to Acetylecholine, an important neurotransmitter in the brain, suggestions have been made that it could be useful in memory, although research has provided little real evidence to date.
  • Omega 3 Fish Oil
    Omega Fish Oil supplements are a good source of the fat soluble vitamins A,D and E. They also provide omega 3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA which are essential in certain amounts. Only about 1 in 4 people currently eat enough oily fish to give the necessary levels (2-4 portions per week). Omega Fish Oils are traditionally used to promote healthy joints and circulation. Studies have suggested that the long chain fatty acids EPA and DHA have been associated with maintenance of heart health and brain (cognitive) function.
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